People Dey Search Me, People Dey Fight Me – Singer Black Sherif Explains Pain Behind ‘Soja’

Ghanaian Singer, Black Sherif has explained the meaning of his latest classic song, “Soja,” after the song went viral on its release.
The “Kweku the traveler” hitmaker during an Instagram live session with Twitter influencer, Firestick for a quick chat about the song’s making, stated that the song was recorded as a chance within a few minutes.
Blacko revealed that most of his songs are recorded on the spot because his dedicated producer consistently produces beats.
However, the singer who said that the “Soja” record speaks about the evil plans plotted against him, disclosed that he is currently being hunted on the streets, so he avoids going outside his home.
Firestick asked about the features on his upcoming album, which features “Soja,” and Blacko announced that the album had just one track with Burna Boy.